The Law Library has a subscription to West Academic Study Aids, an online database which provides unlimited access to over 500 law school study aids/supplements. Case studies, hornbooks, exam outlines and audio lectures are included. Note: This database available to the UCLA Law School community only.
WKOSAL contains all 38 titles of the popular Examples & Explanations Series. It also contains many other study aids and outlines, such a Emanuel's, Glannon Guides, Casenote Legal Briefs, Academic Success series, Inside Series, and more. It also offers over 200 videos with coverage of 21 course areas. Each video covering a fundamental legal concept is written and presented by a law professor or legal practitioner
The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction offers online tutorials on legal research, legal writing, all substantive topic covered in this guide and more. Most lessons are an hour or less. To get a student authorization code to set up a CALI account, visit the Lexis, Westlaw, Bloomberg & More page on MyLaw or mail email@example.com.
The Library has purchased a subscription for your use to LexisNexis Courtroom Cast from Courtroom View Network, which provides MP3 audio versions of over 1,000 cases, many of which are in your assigned casebooks. It also provides thousands of hours of trial video from hundreds of cases.
You can view the videos online, and you can either listen to the audio files on your computer or download them to an iPod or other MP3 player. The audio case database includes cases from the casebooks of our own Professor Yeazell (Civil Procedure) and Professor Grady (Torts), among others.
Register today at LexisNexis Courtroom Cast Sign up
Step 1: Select University of California at Los Angeles from the dropdown list
Step 2: Complete the form (be sure to use your law school email address)
Step 3: Check "I agree to the terms of Service"
Step 4: Click Sign Up.
You will then receive a verification email. Click the link to complete registration.
Visit the Law School Docket Archive!! Learn about fashion shows sponsored by the "Law School Wives" and parking problems in the '60s (some things change and some things stay the same)! Be sure to read Professor Edgar Jones article about how computers will revolutionize the legal profession (April 1960). The Docket was published off and on from 1956 - 1994.